Theo Anthony’s debut feature documentary RAT FILM looks at Baltimore through a discursive documentary lens akin to Harun Farocki and Chris Marker.
From Cannes, Jess Ellicott praises Noah Baumbach’s new ensemble piece as approaching the likes of Elaine May and Albert Brooks.
Jessica Ellicott chats to Valeska Grisebach about her 2017 Cannes-premiering film WESTERN, her first film in 10 years since her remarkable debut feature LONGING.
We spoke to NFSA Film Curator Sally Jackson about the year-long restoration project of THREE DAYS TO LIVE, a 1924 Frank Capra-edited and titled film once thought to be lost.
The 15th German Film Fest announced its lineup, with a strong selection of both new and classic German-language cinema including films by Maren Ade, Wim Wenders and Fatih Akin.
We spoke to film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum at MIFF 2016 about the Jerry Lewis retrospective, the evolution of film criticism and his experiences with Fuller, Tati, Rivette, Kiarostami and more.
TONI ERDMANN cements Maren Ade as one of the great talents in cinema today – a beautifully subtle, raucously funny film of patience and precision.
Direct from its European premiere at the Berlinale, we catch up with KATE PLAYS CHRISTINE director Robert Greene and actress Kate Lyn Sheil to talk about performance, documentary and the filmmaking process.
Gianfranco Rosi’s powerful, Berlinale Competition-selected documentary FIRE AT SEA depicts the European migrant crisis with a patience, humanity and sensitivity beyond the scope of journalism
BLINKY BILL THE MOVIE sees Blinky lobotomised and transplanted into a second-rate Lion King ripoff with a side dish of Australiana.